In this research report, Metrigy explores the unique challenges and opportunities for midsize enterprises implementing a VoC strategy as well as the impact of these programs on key business metrics.
Technology can improve agent performance exponentially. But with a wide range of options available, coupled with limited budgets, which technologies can drive the most success?
With the plethora of agent performance data available today, it can be challenging to determine where to focus. That doesn’t apply to agent performance in isolation; it also applies to how that performance affects customer satisfaction.
Managing remote call center agents can be difficult — but with the right tools in place, supervisors can effectively lead their agents from a distance.
Advanced technologies continue to shape customer service goals to streamline digital workflows, increase positive experiences, lower agent turnover and improve contact center ROI.
The future of customer service increasingly will be driven by technology innovations. Ideally, these new technologies will improve customer and agent experiences, along with business metrics like revenue, operational costs and customer ratings. But businesses often miss the mark when they try to move too quickly with too much technology, ultimately resulting in consumer dissatisfaction rather than elation.
Customer expectations for what defines a good experience stay fairly consistent over time, but the approach to providing that experience changes. Meanwhile, advanced technologies, largely driven by artificial intelligence, analytics and automation, arm companies with new techniques for driving customer satisfaction and loyalty.